SaaS Agreements – Data Protection – Safe Harbor Still Adequate

Recently, the Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration (ITA) – a US government body – published a document confirming that any SaaS suppliers based in the US (and/or SaaS suppliers using a data centre located in the US) who are “safe harbor” registered must be recognised as having an “adequate” level of data protection. The ITA rejected the view that EU data protection authorities can unilaterally refuse to recognise safe harbor certification as a valid means of demonstrating that a SaaS supplier based in the US (and/or SaaS suppliers using a data centre located in the US) has an adequate level of data protection.

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